Engineered Systems Magazine

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers selects Honeywell to upgrade federal facilities

June 27, 2009

Honeywell has received a multiple award task order service contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to upgrade federal buildings with safe, secure, comfortable and energy-efficient technology.

As part of the contract, Honeywell will be able to install utility monitoring and building control technology - such as heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), fire alarm and life safety, and security systems - at any federal facility, nationally or abroad. Honeywell was one of eight companies to receive a contract  from the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center in Huntsville, AL, for this new program, which could collectively involve as much as $650 million in projects over the next three years.

Honeywell also recently received similar contracts from the DOE and Army Corps of Engineers for programs that could provide nearly $6 billion of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and water conservation improvements in government buildings combined.